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Pasadena City Council Votes to Potentially Raise Minimum Wage to $15 by 2020

Pasadena City Council Votes to Potentially Raise Minimum Wage to $15 by 2020

By Gus Herrera Early Tuesday morning, Feb. 2, the Pasadena City Council unanimously voted to move forward with a proposal to potentially increase the minimum wage to $15 by the…

Huntington Hospital-Based Non-Profit The Phil Simon Clinic’s Tanzania Project Continues To Move Forward

Huntington Hospital-Based Non-Profit The Phil Simon Clinic’s Tanzania Project Continues To Move Forward

While Giving Back During 10th Trip to Africa Kimberly A. Shriner, MD, founder and director of the Huntington Hospital-based non-profit The Phil Simon Clinic, a multidisciplinary facility that provides comprehensive…

Pasadena Murder Suspect Steven Lawrence Wright, Released From LASD Custody… by Mistake

Pasadena Murder Suspect Steven Lawrence Wright, Released From LASD Custody… by Mistake

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) detectives are searching for 37-year-old Steven Lawrence Wright, who was erroneously released from the Inmate Reception Center (IRC) on Saturday, January 30, 2016 at…

Trout Streams Left Out of the National Monument Planning

Trout Streams Left Out of the National Monument Planning

Less than an hour’s drive from here, up in those dry and dusty San Gabriel Mountains, are three rare and precious wild trout streams, the West, North, and East forks…

Outdoor Watering will be Prohibited During MWP Shutdown

Outdoor Watering will be Prohibited During MWP Shutdown

By J. Shadé Quintanilla Pasadena residents will soon have to put watering their lawns on hold as the city prepares for a major shut off from one of its main…

Detectives From MAIT Arcadia Assist Monrovia P.D. With Traffic Collision Investigation

Detectives From MAIT Arcadia Assist Monrovia P.D. With Traffic Collision Investigation

Black Boxes Retrieved From Involved Cars By Terry Miller A major traffic collision which occurred at the intersection of Foothill Boulevard and Myrtle Avenue last Wednesday, Jan.13, is still under…

Seismologist Lucy Jones Speaks At Community Forum Jan. 28

Seismologist Lucy Jones Speaks At Community Forum Jan. 28

Vice Mayor Gene Masuda invites the public to hear from one of the world’s preeminent earthquake scientists, Lucy Jones, Ph.D., about earthquake preparedness at a Council District 4 Community Forum, 7…

Sierra Madre Police Dept. Seeks Outside Help; Dept. has Lost Half its Force

Sierra Madre Police Dept. Seeks Outside Help; Dept. has Lost Half its Force

By Terry Miller According to a press release sent out by Sierra Madre last night “Staffing levels within the Sierra Madre Police Department (SMPD) have reached a level where there…

A Rose by Any Other Name

A Rose by Any Other Name

A Rose by Any Other Name By Terry Miller It couldn’t be more perfect, ‘The Rose’ …. a 1,300-seat dinner theater/ music venue called The Rose opens next month on…

Celebrating a Dream and a Life of Nonviolence

Celebrating a Dream and a Life of Nonviolence

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday Is Friday – Where Are We in Race Relations Today? By Terry Miller As we pause and reflect on the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther…

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